Full text: Aristoteles: Physicorvm Aristotelis, sev, de natvrali auscultatione, libri octo

156. ARISTOTE-
LIS METEORO-
LOGICORVM
LIBER PRI-
MVS.

Franciſco Vatablo interprete.

Eorttm quæ hactenus dicta ſunt, & quæ deinceps ſit deſcri-
pturus, expoſitio.

157. CAP. I.

_DE_ primis igitur naturæ cauſis, ac
omni natur alimotu, et inſuper de
ſtellis ſupera in latione pulchrè,
riteq́; diſpoſitis, necnõ de corpo
reis elemẽtis quot, & quæ ſint, et
de mutua eorũ trãſmutatione, itẽ
de ortu, ac interitu cõmuni, dictũ
eſt antea. _R_eſtat aũt adhuc quædã huiuſce diſciplinæ pro-
tio contẽplãda, quã priores uniuerſi _M_eteorologiã, id eſt
eorũ quæ fiũt in ſublimi ſcientiã, appellitabãt: cuiuſmodi
ſunt, quæcũq; per primielemẽti corporũ naturã quidẽ, ſed
quæ tamẽ minus ſibi cõstet, in eo potißimũloco eueniunt,
qui in cõuerſionis ſtellarũ uicinia ſitus eſt: uerbi cauſa, de
lacteo circulo, cometis, ostẽtis cõflagrantibus, diſcurrenti-
busq́; , necnõ de hiſce quæ aëri, & aquæ {pro}miſcuas eſſe affe-
ctiones affirmare poſſumus: & inſuper de hiſce, quæ terræ
ſpecies, ac partes, aut earũdẽ affectus exiſtũt: ex quibus, uẽ-
torũ, ac terræ motuũ cauſas cõtẽplabimur, & omniũ quæ,
dum ea mouentur, cooriri ſolent: inter quæ alia addubita-

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